Film and Media Studies

Film & Media Studies

Film and Media Studies
The Film & Media Studies Program situates the study and practice of the moving image in its aesthetic, technical, and socio-cultural dimensions within a wider history of media.  The program integrates formal, historical and theoretical analysis with various forms of creative and production experience in its required core courses. In courses in Critical Studies and Production, we explore the practice of constructing moving images through considerations of narrative, non-narrative and experimental structures, camera motion, editing techniques, music and sound design, mise-en-scène, and digital technologies.  The dual emphasis on study and practice allows the historical, theoretical, compositional, and aesthetic issues to illuminate each other still from Joyzel Acevedo's Milagroso Azul 2015and thus to   allow students to engage with both the depth and breadth of media production and analysis.

The Program interfaces with a variety of disciplines across the Liberal Arts spectrum, such as philosophy, social and literary theory, area studies, language study, visual culture, theater and dance, anthropology, computer science, and gender studies.

 

 

 

 

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